Latin Maxims & Phrases - Quiz #10
12 multiple choice questions with one option correct of 1 point each.
“In ______ voluntas spectatur non exitus.”
Hint: In criminal acts the intention is to be sought or examined rather than the result.
1 point
“Idem est non esse et non ______.”
Hint: Not to be and not to legally prove are the same thing.
1 point
“In pari delicto potior est conditio ______.”
Hint: In case of equal fault the position of the defendant is the better.
1 point
“In ______ casu, consimile debet esse remedium.”
Hint: In similar cases, the remedy should be similar.
1 point
“______ facti excusat, ignorantia juris (quod quisque tenetur scire) neminem excusat.”
Hint: Ignorance of fact excuses, ignorance of the law (which every one is presumed to know) excuses no one.
1 point
“In ______ juris semper sequitas existit.”
Hint: Equity is always to be found in a presumption of law.
1 point
“In re communi potior est conditio ______.”
Hint: In a partnership the condition of one who forbids is the more favourable.
1 point
“In contractu tacite insunt quse sunt moris et ______.”
Hint: Those things which are customary and of general usage are tacitly implied in a contract.
1 point
“In pari delicto potior est conditio ______.”
Hint: In case of equal guilt, the condition of the possessor is the better.
1 point
“In judicio non ______ nisi juratis.”
Hint: In a trial only sworn witnesses are believed.
1 point
“In jure, non remota, sed proxima ______.”
Hint: The law has regard to things near at hand, and not to those remote.
1 point
“In ______ probationes debent esse luce clariones.”
Hint: In all criminal charges the proofs should be as clear as day.
1 point
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